Chaos in Boxes: Twisted Adventures in Music Theory

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Produce Press, 2011 - Mathematics - 218 pages
In Chaos In Boxes, author Sean Luciw crams the square peg of music theory into the round holes of Egyptian folklore, astronomy, numerology, babooshkas, poetry, diarrhea, and the long-lost Solfeggio matrix. Parallels abound in our universe. Chaos In Boxes is a collection of experiments, theories and observations regarding music theory-based ideas and their connections to other parts of the world. Astronomy, astrology, geometry, arithmetic, science, art and poetry mix with scales, modes, chords, fretboard diagrams and more, in a down-to-earth, fun style.

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